Tight Spot Secondary Gripper

GAbearclaw

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I added a secondary gripper to my tight spot and it really makes a difference to holding the arrows tight, and limiting noise. No idea why it isn't stock equipment on a $150 quiver, but anyway... https://www.tightspotquiver.com/store

I keep a mechanical in my quiver in case I feel the need to shoot a 1.5" cut broadhead, and with the single grippers they either cause noise at the shot, or worse you have to push them in hard enough to almost deploy, this fixes both.

Good luck
 

Goatshoes

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I use the tight spot and rage hypos and never had an issue with rattling or premature expansion. That may answer the question as to why not stock equipment. Glad you found a solution though and thanks for sharing. Good to know in case it becomes an issue.
 

GAbearclaw

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I can just tap my quiver and hear the hypo's rattle, and have had to replace collars a few times as well when getting them tighter. This solves it but good to hear you are having luck without the need.
 

GAbearclaw

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Cause then it’d be a $175 quiver?
Thanks for the insight, but now it is $175.02 and that is out of my budget...

For those that asked for a pic, hoping I can tonight. Just got back from a marathon scouting trip but suffice it to say that while I would prefer a 2 piece quiver, this bow doesn't have mounting holes and with the second gripper I am totally happy with the noise and security for backpack hunting.
 

GAbearclaw

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Ok everyone, sorry about the delay. Just got back from an elk hunt and finally snapped those pics. It held up great and I am impressed with the additional noise dampning at the shot. It isn't perfect to need to add this on an expensive quiver, but adding this no longer has me looking for a new solution.

Good luck!

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Don K

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After watching that episode on Destination Elk where the arrow came out of the quiver and into the Dave's leg I would do everything I could on the quiver to make sure your arrows are held tight.
 
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